Brushing teeth can reduce the growth of bacteria, care for healthy gums, reduce bad breath and bleeding gums, but many people do not know that if the head of an electric toothbrush is not replaced for a long time, the bristles will produce lots of bacteria , causing an adverse effect on one's own oral health.
Regardless of whether we use a traditional toothbrush or an electric toothbrush to clean our teeth, when the bristles fade, harden, or split, it is a reminder that we need to replace the toothbrush or toothbrush head in time. The bristles are usually made of synthetic fibers, which will gradually harden during use. A new toothbrush will have a variety of bacteria multiply after 3-4 months of use. In the case of improper use or excessive force, the life of the toothbrush will plummet. If the toothbrush or bristles are not changed for a long time, it is easy to cause periodontitis, making the gums very sensitive and fragile, and easy to bleed.
When buying a toothbrush or choosing a brush head, soft bristles should be considered first, which will help you go deeper into the gingival sulcus and between the teeth to achieve the better effect of cleaning. However, if the bristles are too soft, they will not be able to clean the teeth with efficiency. When buying a toothbrush, use your fingers to lightly across the toothbrush bristles. If it is irritating, the toothbrush bristles are too hard. If the bristles bend too easily, they are too soft. It is also important to choose suitable soft bristles.
Every ATMOKO Sonic Electric toothbrush comes with 6 DUPONTS BRUSH HEADS engineered by world famous DuPont - a world leader in quality and material science field. After 44 times test by top dentists, ATMOKO found the most suitable toothbrush head for American adults’ teeth. 3D cutting designed brush head removes 10X more debris along the gum line & teeth gap. Moreover, color reminder intelligent bristles, through smart and safe auto color-fading design, remind you to replace the brush head after 3 months.
It is recommended to replace the toothbrush every three months to make the tooth cavity clean and less worn. Brush your teeth twice a day, flush the brush head thoroughly with clean water to remove food residues and toothpaste remaining on the it, and try to dry the toothbrush as much as possible. Put the toothbrush head up in the mouthpiece, and then put it in a dry and ventilated place. Because damp toothbrushes can breed a lot of bacteria. Unclean toothbrushes not only cause gingivitis, but also a source of infection for many diseases. In addition, most bristles cannot be washed in high-temperature water or used for boiling disinfection, which are easily deformed when heated. A toothbrush cannot be used for a long time. If you find that the bristles of the toothbrush are curled and branched, you need to replace them immediately to prevent the bristles from damaging your gums